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Reading & Leeds Announce This Weekend’s Packed iPlayer Streaming Schedule

Bring Me The Horizon, Foo Fighters, twenty one pilots, Enter Shikari and more will feature in this weekend’s Reading & Leeds BBC coverage.

Following the announcement that BBC will be marking this weekend’s (sadly cancelled) Reading & Leeds with a ton of amazing past performances on iPlayer, the full schedule has now been unveiled – and it is absolutely packed.

This Friday, August 28, fans will get to enjoy sets by YUNGBLUD, Creeper, Enter Shikari, Royal Blood and an as-yet-unnamed special guest’, while on Saturday you can watch The Prodigy, Fall Out Boy, twenty one pilots, Muse and Pendulum.

Quiz: How well do you know Bring Me The Horizon’s lyrics?

Then, wrapping things up on Sunday, August 30, BBC will air archive performances from Bring Me The Horizon, Jimmy Eat World, Biffy Clyro, Queens Of The Stone Age, Foo Fighters and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. So, if you had plans at any point in the coming days, you should probably cancel them… 

We’re buzzing to announce that we’re teaming up with BBC Music to bring you live performances from Reading & Leeds over the years,” say the festival organisers. We’ll be marking the August bank holiday with a selection of exclusive performances and unforgettable memories.” 

Check out the full schedule below:

Reading Leeds 2020 I Player Streaming Schedule
Posted on August 27th 2020, 12:29p.m.
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